Blog Topic

Land Use & Transportation

Another Look at Declining Seattle Traffic

Slow-moving trends add up to a big shift in how we get around.

What Does 17% Mean?

Proposed King County bus cuts would run deep.

A New Measure of Food Deserts, Part 2

In King County, at least, proximity to a grocery store may not matter.

Traffic on the Viaduct: Falling, But Maybe Not So Fast

SDOT has backed away from numbers showing that traffic has collapsed.

Ride-For-Hire Roundup

Lawsuits and initiatives and crashes, oh my!

Seattle’s New Ride-For-Hire Universe

Seattle caps Lyft, UberX, Sidecar drivers at 150 (for now).

3 Charts: Bus Cuts Drive Riders Away

To see Seattle's future, look to Portland and Tacoma.

Transit Score: Cascadia Smackdown

Why does Vancouver top Seattle and Portland?

Can DOTs Help Themselves?

Despite years of flawed forecasts, state and federal DOTs still project rapid traffic growth.

Rideshare Update: Caps and Insurance Gaps

Seattle resolves one, not the other.